Extrait Mangrovia
Evening event
31 May

Mangrovia, a film by Low Jack and Invernomuto
Lijay + T-Will, Shaydee's + Rayna, STILL b2b Low Jack, Fetva, Jackie

On the occasion of the “Nuit Blanche” and special screening of the short film Mangrovia, directed by the multidisciplinary French artist Low Jack and the duo of Italian visual artists Invernomuto, the Bourse de Commerce is offering on Friday 31st May a club evening imbued with the film’s atmosphere, allowing for its distinctive sounds and character to emerge.


  • 8:20 p.m.: doors open 


  • 8:45 p.m.: unreleased screening of Mangrovia (9 minutes)

     Foyer - DJ sets 

  • 9 pm: Jackie 
  • 10 pm: Lijay (live) + T-Will (dj)
  • 10.30 pm : Shaydee’s (live) + Rayna (danse) 
  • 11 pm: STILL b2b Low Jack 
  • Midnight: Fetva

Access until 00.30 am. 

On Saturday 1st June, the film Mangrovia is specially programmed in the Bourse de Commerce Auditorium for the Nuit Blanche. Free access from 7 pm, upon reservation of an Exhibition ticket


The film Mangrovia takes place in Martinique, in the heart of the mangrove - a tropical forest between land and sea. In this ecosystem, the dancer and choreographer Rayna, a leading figure in the dancehall movement of the French West Indies, performs in a loop an extreme dance movement, the “head top”. In an inverted posture and balancing on the top of her head, her stiff body falls to the ground. An inner voice, personified by the singers Bamao Yendé and Le Diouck, immerses us in her train of thoughts, which randomly intertwines tales of a romantic refrain and a speedrun – the act of finishing a video game as quickly as possible based on its flaws. From these tales emerges the invocation of a loved one who has passed away. This ultimate quest for performance, to the sonic rhythm of a frantic virtual race, unveils the collision of escape strategies with an inevitable fall, that of the failures encountered during mourning.

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Low Jack
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Born in 1985 in Tegucigalpa in Honduras, Philippe Hallais, known as Low Jack, is a Paris-based French electronic music artist and manager. Author of seven albums, he also co-directed Éditions Gravats from 2014 to 2021. His artistic practice plays on the use of sound clichés, media folklore, and is inspired by the multiplicity of musical languages associated with underground subcultures. His performances include collaborations with a wide variety of artists, from Ghédalia Tazartés, Lala &ce, Mediengruppe Bitnik!, Lina Lapelytè to Cécilia Bengolea. In 2021, he wrote and directed the musical Baiser Mortel presented at the Bourse de Commerce.

Invernomuto is the name of the Italian artistic duo founded in 2003 by Simone Bertuzzi and Simone Trabucchi. Invernomuto initiates research projects that give rise to cycles of interconnected works, altogether resulting in different types of productions: moving images, sounds, performances and publishing projects. Reality is observed from a documentary viewpoint, aiming to produce a representation using quasi-abstract images, thus fueling critical reflection. Simone Trabucchi performs individually as an artist and musician under the name STILL.

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Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Jackie offers subtle connections between genres, drawing on psychedelic and percussive rhythms, mixing new age, power electronics, dub and hip hop.

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Shaydee's is a Martinican artist who, since the publication in 2022 of her single Ek c tou, has been a key figure in shatta - a musical subgenre of dancehall born at the end of the 2010s from the musical experimentation of Martinican producers, characterized by heavy bass and explosive percussions. She is accompanied at the Bourse de Commerce by Rayna, Martinican dancehall dancer and, since 2019, choreographer of the singer Maureen, who plays the main character of the film Mangrovia.

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Lijay et Ti Will
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Lijay is a Martinican and Guadeloupean artist and composer. He is the author of numerous dancehall tracks and played a decisive role in the musical direction of the film Mangrovia, notably through his contribution in writing the film's single. He is accompanied at the Bourse de Commerce by T-Will, a DJ from Martinique and a main figure in the music scene of the West Indies diaspora, which nourishes his sets with Caribbean rhythms.

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Moldovan DJ and producer Fetva navigates between deconstructed club music and hyperpop, ambient and experimental sounds, offering sets with rapid transitions and unexpected drops, in a constant and dynamic flow.